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Old 10-31-2009, 05:29 PM   #1
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Is it possible ?

Is it possible for a fresh water tank to drain itself into a grey water tank inside the belly ?

I could be wrong, but I thought my grey water tank was empty a week ago but today it had 6 or 8 gallons in it.

My fresh water tank seems to be empty and I thought it had a few gallons left but not sure.

Nothing is leaking or running inside camper, pump is off and has been off for a couple weeks.

Does anyone know of a picture or drawing showing approx how the grey, black and fresh water tanks are made on a 2000 excella ?

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Old 10-31-2009, 06:05 PM   #2
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I don't know about the freshwater tank, unless there is a slow leak, which would run onto the ground. However, the gray water tank can accumulate rain water if the plumbing vent on the roof is missing its cover.
Or perhaps the mice and spiders are moving the water from one tank to another with tiny buckets. It is Halloween.
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Funny !

The vents are covered.

Another AS mystery..........


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Yes , it is very possible

If you left your pump on and there was a leaky faucet, or shower wand.
The water would drip 24/7 and accumulate that amount of water in your grey tank, easily.
And if you weren't hooked up to shore power, you might have drained batteries as well.
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Old 10-31-2009, 07:45 PM   #5
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Funny !

The vents are covered.

Another AS mystery..........


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If the trailer has been moved since the last time you checked it; it would seem to be as you describe, if it was previously lower on the curb (right) side, and now is lower on the street (left) side.
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